Internal Audit Programmes
The challenges facing Internal Audit (IA) have never been greater with an increasingly complex and global business environment, as well as increased stakeholder expectations. IA needs people who can adapt to meet these evolving challenges and contribute effectively to the changing role of IA within the organisation. At PwC we have extensive experience in assisting clients to meet these challenges, combining depth of training expertise with specialists from the world of IA.
About Internal Audit Programmes
The programmes represent a curriculum designed to develop both technical knowledge and soft skills that internal auditors should have as they progress in their careers to becoming Master professionals in internal audit work.
Who should attend?
A wide range of audit professionals may attend the programmes as they are focused primarily on hard technical internal auditing skills but will also cover the soft skills component where relevant.
Benefits of the Internal Audit Programmes
- Participants will gain necessary competencies and knowledge to global trends - first class skills will ensure effective audits covering the full range of operations, risks and controls
- Our programmes will help to improve efficiency and motivate staff through the continuous development of skills and sharing of best practices
- All participants will gain a PwC Certificate
Dates & details
Audit Negotiations and Interviewing techniques
This module is designed to improve the internal auditors’ communication skills and interaction that are basic preconditions for presenting the auditor and the internal auditing function as a valuable service to management. Also, it will provide the participants with detailed procedures to execute an effective interview: plan an interview, hold an interview, complete an interview and document an interview.
Report writing and Communication
This course will introduce the internal auditor to the art of managing Internal Audit projects. The objective is to acquaint the internal auditor with typical responsibilities such as supervising, delegating, performance management, or monitoring activities. This module will also develop the skills required to be an effective report writer and communicate audit findings through reports and presentations.
Evaluating Internal Controls (COSO)
Internal controls promote efficiency, reduce risk of organizations not meeting their objectives, and help ensure the reliability of financial statements and compliance with laws and regulations. This course is designed to aid internal auditors to properly fulfill their roles as the evaluators of internal control by describing the internal control COSO model and providing guidance/tools on evaluating internal controls based on COSO approach.
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